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  • Bob Barry

    Bob Barry

    A legendary rock-n-roll disc jockey, Barry enjoyed a near 30-year career on Milwaukee’s radio dial at WOKY-AM, WEMP-AM, WISN-AM and WZTR-FM. During the mid-1960’s when the Beatles dominated rock-n-roll and he was the dominant rock-n-roll DJ in Milwaukee at WOKY, he became known as “Beatle Bob” after he was featured […]

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  • Robert Dailey

    Robert Dailey

    A veteran of over 35 years in radio broadcasting, he joined WCLO-AM and Bliss Communication s in Janesville in 1964 after graduating from the University of Cincinnati. He began as an evening disc jockey, later moving over to host the station’s morning show. In 1967 he was named General Manager […]

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  • Lee Davis

    Lee Davis

    His radio and television broadcast career began in 1954 at KHFM in Albuquerque, N.M. He later moved to WAMS-AM, Philadelphia as an afternoon drive time disc jockey and national Program Manager for its parent company, Rollins, Inc., and was responsible for seven stations around the country. He was later General […]

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  • Dick Record

    Dick Record

    He began his radio and television career in 1955 in the Youngstown, Ohio, market. In 1966, he joined Wisconsin-based Midwest Family Radio as morning news anchor at WISM AM/FM, Madison, and in 1971 moved to Midwest Family Radio’s stations in La Crosse, WIZM AM/FM which later acquired WKTY-AM and WRQT-FM. […]

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  • Dr. Robert Snyder

    Dr. Robert Snyder

    His broadcast and broadcast education career spanned 45 years, beginning when he was a student at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa, and helped put that school’s AM radio station on the air in 1949. After graduating from Wartburg in 1954, he began his teaching career at Kansas State University, leaving […]

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